To participate, you must complete the financial aid application process, be registered for a minimum of six (6) eligible credits per quarter and maintain satisfactory academic progress. If eligible, you will be awarded a specific amount of Work-Study funds, which will determine the number of hours per week you may work. Depending on the number of hours you work and your rate of pay, it is possible that you may not earn your entire award. Funds that are not earned will not be given to you at a later time.
To be eligible for Work-Study funding, you must complete the financial aid application process with Grays Harbor College and receive a Work-Study award. Work-Study is limited and is awarded on a first come first serve basis. Receiving a Work-Study award does not guarantee you a position. You should make the priority processing deadline and apply early. To find out more about applying for financial aid go to the Financial Aid Office Home Page.
If you are interested in seeking a Work-Study position, visit or call Job Placement services in the Human Resources Office at (360) 538-4218. The Human Resources Office is located in room 2307 in the 2000 (Jewell C. Manspeaker) Building.
Participation is optional but offers benefits including: